When Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, first outlined the dimensions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution last year, he said: “We must look past our own narrow interests and attend to the interests of our global society.” A more equitable world, supported by living-wage job growth and transformed by phenomenal innovations, will lead to a trust revolution that allows us to confront the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in a responsible and responsive way. It’s within our grasp to work together to create a better future.